Wednesday, November 4, 2009
In “Teachers as Learners (Part 32)” by Will Richardson, the author talks about a workshop for teachers he instructs. During the workshop, he asks the teachers “If there was one part of your personal learning practice that you wanted to focus on today, what would it be? What questions would you seek to answer?” In this article, what matters to me is the future of teaching. Teachers should also look at themselves as learners. No one is ever finished learning, even if they start teaching others. People who teach should be learning more than most people. This is what mattered to me in Will Richardson’s “Teachers as Learners (Part 32)”.